Venues

BRANSCOMB AUDITORIUM

at Florida Southern College

111 Lake Hollingsworth Dr
Lakeland, FL 33801

Situated in Lakeland on the award-winning campus at Florida Southern College, Branscomb Auditorium was designed by architect Nils Schweitzer. Schweitzer created the design to complement Frank Llyod Wright’s original “Child of the Sun” collection of structures, which exists nearby on campus. Florida Southern College is renowned for having the most extensive collection of single-site Frank Lloyd Wright structures in the world, and its auditorium was named in 1964 for the respected Methodist Bishop, John Branscomb.

Branscomb Auditorium is located on the campus of Florida Southern College and hosts student performances as well as touring artists. Balcony is stair access only.

POLK MUSEUM OF ART

Central Lakeland

121 S Florida Ave
Lakeland, FL 33801

Founded in 1966, the PMoA is a non-profit, private Smithsonian affiliate fine art museum located just south of downtown Lakeland. The museum houses over 2,800 pieces in its permanent collection, including works by Rembrandt van Rijn, Andy Warhol, and Pablo Picasso. Admission is always free, and the museum sees over 14,000 visitors every year.

The Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College is a Smithsonian Affiliated Museum presenting exhibitions from permanent and touring collections. Ensemble concerts will be performed in the gallery spaces with general admission seating.

ADA seating and parking are available at all venues.